Guelph Museums is paying homage to the beloved Goody Sweets store with a new exhibition. How Sweet It Was: Goody Sweets Candy Store, 1934 to 1968 explores the storied history of Gus and Elane Mano’s candy shop. It is set to open on Friday, January 23, with a reception starting at 6:30 pm.
On January 23, 2015, celebrate the launch of Guelph Museums’ sweet new winter exhibitions with free admission and a free concert. Celtic musicians Fiona McCairley and Bob MacLean are set to play at Guelph Civic Museum for Fourth Fridays and to mark the opening of How Sweet It Was: Goody Sweets Candy Store, 1934-1968 and Wall of Art: Sweet.
Reminder: Commemorative Juried Art Show at the Guelph Civic Museum. Deadline – Sunday, March 1st 2015, 11:59 pm.
Guelph Museums is set to host two lectures about the Canadian military and the First World War. These lectures are part of Guelph Museums’ Military Lecture Series, which is offered in partnership with the Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies.
Guelph artist Debbie Thompson Wilson will be at the Civic Museum on Sunday, January 11 to talk about her exhibition, Saints Preserve Us, which features her miniature paintings of saints represented in Guelph.
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McCrae House, the historic birthplace of John McCrae, doctor, soldier and author of In Flanders Fields, is closing for renovations starting at the end of the day on November 30, 2014. McCrae House will reopen in May of 2015.
Guelph Museums ushers in the holiday season with a free concert by Guelph-based musician and guitarist Edward Szocinski on November 28, 2014 at 7.00 pm as part of our monthly Fourth Fridays celebrations.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Guelph Civic Museum. Deck the Halls: a Victorian Christmas has opened.